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7/4/2020 Management Information Systems and Business Functions | Acrobatiq ; 1/8 MODULE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND BUSINESS FUNCTIONS MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND BUSINESS FUNCTIONS Step 1 of 1 Question 1 of 17Question 2 of 17True or false. A storage device consists of all the components that work together toprocess data into useful information. TrueFalseDSSCorrect. An information system is a system that accepts input dataand processes it into information as output. A digital dashboard displays charts and graphs with up-to-the-minute performanceindicators on sales, profit, expenses and inventory. This is an example of a(n)___________________________. EIS TPS MIS Back to course (/en- us/courseware/page/wgu_C724_01Sept17_inform_system_mgt_1/p6_management_information_systems_summary)
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7/4/2020 Management Information Systems and Business Functions | Acrobatiq ; 2/8 Question 3 of 17 Question 4 of 17 Question 5 of 17True or false. The ability to build a responsive IT infrastructure is one of the key issuesfacing information systems management. True or false. The terms information technology and information systems have the samedefinition and can be used interchangeably. How is information technology impacting the health care industry?
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